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Pub. period:1997-2010
Pub. count:10
Number of co-authors:31


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Publications by Jean-Claude Tarby (bibliography)

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Pallec, Xaiver Le, Marvie, Raphal, Rouillard, Jos and Tarby, Jean-Claude (2010): A support to multi-devices web application. In: Proceedings of the 2010 ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology 2010. pp. 391-392.

Programming an application which uses interactive devices located on different terminals is not easy. Programming such applications with standard Web technologies (HTTP, Javascript, Web browser) is even more difficult. However, Web applications have interesting properties like running on very different terminals, the lack of a specific installation step, the ability to evolve the application code at runtime. Our demonstration presents a support for designing multi-devices Web applications. After introducing the context of this work, we briefly describe some problems related to the design of multi-devices web application. Then, we present the toolkit we have implemented to help the development of applications based upon distant interactive devices.

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Rouillard, Jos, Pallec, Xavier Le, Tarby, Jean-Claude and Marvie, Raphal (2010): Facilitating the Design of Multi-channel Interfaces for Ambient Computing. In: Proceedings of the 2010 International Conference on Advances in Computer-Human Interactions 2010. pp. 95-100.

Ambient computing is one of the more significant recent advances in computer-human interactions. With the ambient intelligence paradigm, computers become embedded in our natural surroundings. As they are context sensitive and adaptable, they better provide smart services to humans. But ambient computing requires communication between several heterogeneous components that are not supposed to communicate each other. This paper describes how we use a workflow to facilitate the design of multichannel interfaces for ambient computing. Our results show that different devices (such as Wiimote, multi-touch screen, telephone, etc.) can be managed in order to activate real things (such as lamp, fan, robot, webcam, etc.). A smart digital home case study illustrates a possible implementation of our approach and shows how it allows redesigning easily some parts of the ambient system just by modifying the workflow.

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Tarby, Jean-Claude, Ezzedine, Houcine, Rouillard, Jos, Tran, Chi Dung, Laporte, Philippe and Kolski, Christophe (2007): Traces Using Aspect Oriented Programming and Interactive Agent-Based Architecture for Early Usability Evaluation: Basic Principles and Comparison. In: Jacko, Julie A. (ed.) HCI International 2007 - 12th International Conference - Part I July 22-27, 2007, Beijing, China. pp. 632-641.

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Lepreux, Sophie, Hariri, Anas, Rouillard, Jos, Tabary, Dimitri, Tarby, Jean-Claude and Kolski, Christophe (2007): Towards Multimodal User Interfaces Composition Based on UsiXML and MBD Principles. In: Jacko, Julie A. (ed.) HCI International 2007 - 12th International Conference - Part III 2007. pp. 134-143.

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Lewandowski, Arnaud, Bourguin, Grgory and Tarby, Jean-Claude (2006): Vers des composants logiciels orients tches. In: Proceedings of the 2006 Conference of the Association Francophone dInteraction Homme-Machine 2006. pp. 215-218.

Users' needs towards the environments supporting their activities are emerging and continuously evolve. A solution is to give the means to the users to adapt their environment, by integrating the tools they need. If technical solutions exist, current dynamic integration approaches still face a semantic problem: in order to finely integrate a tool in an activity, one must indeed well understand what will be its place in this activity. In order to facilitate this understanding and this dynamic integration, we propose a new approach of conception and integration, based on previous work on task modelling.

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Duval, Thierry and Tarby, Jean-Claude (2006): Amliorer la conception des applications interactives par l'utilisation conjointe du modle PAC et des patrons de conception. In: Proceedings of the 2006 Conference of the Association Francophone dInteraction Homme-Machine 2006. pp. 225-232.

Software architectural models like MVC and PAC are now well known, and can be implemented in many different ways. This is a problem for students when they have to implement these models, because they do not know how to select an appropriate solution. For now several years we have proposed a methodology to facilitate the implementation of the PAC model. This methodology is mainly based on Design Patterns such as "Proxy", "Abstract Factory", and "Singleton". Thanks to this methodology, the structure of the source code is imposed and ensures an efficient separation between the application kernel and the GUI. Then, students learn to implement this separation efficiently, and they discover also with this separation that the software can evolve more easily: it is easy to change the GUI or the kernel without affecting the other part, and to add interaction possibilities to a non-interactive kernel.

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Pallec, Xavier Le, Filho, Cesar Olavo de Moura, Marvie, Raphal, Nebut, Mirabelle and Tarby, Jean-Claude (2006): Supporting Generic Methodologies to Assist IMS-LD Modeling. In: ICALT 2006 - Proceedings of the 6th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies 5-7 July, 2006, Kerkrade, The Netherlands. pp. 923-927.

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Artim, John, Harmelen, Mark van, Butler, Keith A., Gulliksen, Jan, Henderson, Austin, Kovacevic, Srdjan, Lu, Shijian, Overmyer, Scott, Reaux, Ray, Roberts, Dave, Tarby, Jean-Claude and Linden, Keith Vander (1998): Incorporating Work, Process and Task Analysis into Commercial and Industrial Object-Oriented Systems Development. In ACM SIGCHI Bulletin, 30 (4) pp. 33-36.

In this paper, we report on the results of the CHI98 workshop on task, process and work analysis coupled with object modeling. This workshop was a follow-up to a CHI97 workshop of the same topic. This year's workshop took as its starting point the summary paper and framework created in last year's workshop. The goal of this year's workshop was to bridge the conceptual gulf between current HCI practice and current development practice. The result of this workshop is a proposed set of extensions to UML, a key standard in the object-oriented development community.

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Vanderdonckt, Jean M., Tarby, Jean-Claude and Derycke, Alain (1998): Using Data Flow Diagrams for Supporting Task Models. In: Markopoulos, Panos and Johnson, Peter (eds.) DSV-IS 1998 - Design, Specification and Verification of Interactive Systems98, Supplementary Proceedings of the Fifth International Eurographics Workshop June 3-5, 1998, Abingdon, United Kingdom. pp. 1-16.

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Harmelen, Mark van, Artim, John, Butler, Keith A., Henderson, Austin, Roberts, Dave, Rosson, Mary Beth, Tarby, Jean-Claude and Wilson, Stephanie (1997): Object Models in User Interface Design: A CHI 97 Workshop. In ACM SIGCHI Bulletin, 29 (4) pp. 55-62.

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